Metropolitan Universities (Paperback)

An Emerging Model in American Higher Education

By Daniel M. Johnson (Editor), David A. Bell (Editor), Ernest A. Lynton (Foreword by)

University of North Texas Press, 9780929398938, 360pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 1995

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Description

A collection of articles forming a handbook of information on Metropolitan Universities, their unique mission and characteristics. It addresses the questions and concerns of faculty, students, administrators, state educational policy makers, and mayors or city managers, all of whom are involved in institutions located in or near the urban center of a metropolitan area. Johnson and Bell collected articles forming a handbook of information on metropolitan universities and their unique mission and characteristics. It addresses the questions and concerns of faculty, students, administrators, state educational policy makers, and mayors or city managers, all of whom are involved in institutions located in or near the urban center of a metropolitan area.


About the Author

Daniel M. Johnson is co-author of Black Migration in America and The Middle-Size Cities in Illinois.



David A. Bell is the former Vice President for Administrative Affairs and Associate Professor of Medical Humanities at the University of North Texas.